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For You - Big Star - Third / Sister Lovers (Cassette, Album)

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9 thoughts on “ For You - Big Star - Third / Sister Lovers (Cassette, Album)

  1. Zulkirisar Reply
    This is a great record, but it's not a Big Star album. With two members gone and drummer Jody Stephens only partly in evidence, Chilton began his years-long dive into weirdness with this, an apt sendoff to a public that had ignored the genius of his former band (actually, Chris Bell's band)/5(91).
  2. JoJozahn Reply
    "A shambling wreck of an album, Big Star's Third/Sister Lovers ranks among the most harrowing experiences in pop music; impassioned, erratic, and stark, it's the slow, sinking sound of a band falling apart. Recorded with their label, Stax, poised on the verge of bankruptcy, the album finds Alex Chilton at the end of his rope, sabotaging his own.
  3. Dairg Reply
    A shambling wreck of an album, Big Star's Third/Sister Lovers ranks among the most harrowing experiences in pop music; impassioned, erratic, and stark, it's the slow, sinking sound of a band falling apart. Recorded with their label, Stax, poised on the verge of bankruptcy, the album finds Alex Chilton at the end of his rope, sabotaging his own music long before it can ever reach the wrecking 10/
  4. Bradal Reply
    big star, popular music, american music, twentieth century This is an abridged version of American rock band Big Star's album "Third/Sister Lovers," recorded in Memphis in All songs by Alex Chilton except "Femme Fatale" by Lou Reed and "Nature Boy" by Eden Ahbez.
  5. JoJojar Reply
    May 03,  · No one wanted the third album by the Memphis group Big Star, until it crept out in two markedly different versions on tiny labels in the UK and the US .
  6. Kelkree Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Third / Sister Lovers on Discogs.5/5(1).
  7. Zulutaur Reply
    Kizza Me, Thank You Friends, Big Black Car, Jesus Christ, Femme Fatale, O, Dana, Holocaust, Kangaroo, Stroke It Noel, For You, You Can't Have Me, Nightime, Blue Moon, Take Care, Nature Boy, Till The End Of The Day, Dream Lover, Downs, Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On.
  8. Dailmaran Reply
    Aug 14,  · To label Third/Sister Lovers as Big Star’s masterpiece would be misguided. The album doesn't mark the point at which the band perfected their sound (that ship had sailed) or chose to make any sort of definitive statement (except maybe: “Fuck this”). Nor is it technically an album; in fact, Big Star was not even technically a band at the time of Third/Sister Lovers' conception.
  9. Tosho Reply
    I mean, Big Star was a prominent influence on R.E.M., who was in turn a pretty big influence of Radiohead, and after listening to Big Star’s Third/Sister Lovers, it is apparent that Thom Yorke.

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